About Scouting

The aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals and responsible citizens and as members of their local national and international communities.  The method of achieving this aim is providing an enjoyable and attractive scheme of progressive training based on the Scout promise and law guided by adult leadership.

The 1st Bramhall Scout Group

The 1st Bramhall Scout Group was founded in 1909 and is the oldest group in the district.  The group is dedicated to providing high quality scouting to the young people of the area and offers a warm welcome to all regardless of colour, class, creed, ability or disability.  The Scouts range in age from six to eighteen and older.  To cater for the needs of these different age groups there are four sections: Beavers (6-8), Cubs (8-11), Scouts (11-14) and Explorers, (14–18). Each Section is led by its own dedicated and experienced team of leaders.

The Sections meet in the Scout Hall, which is located behind Bramhall library near the centre of the village.  The Scout Hall was renovated in the 2000 with the aid of a grant from the National Lottery.  The group has an excellent range of equipment including two minibuses, canoes and its own climbing wall and is led by a team of well trained and experienced, producing high standards of achievement at all levels.  We are always looking for more help, even if this is only on occasion, so that we can bring the benefits of Scouting to even more young people.

Section Details and Contacts:

Section When Leader Email Address 
Colts Beaver Colony
Monday Evening
Amanda Hudghton
Kits Beaver Colony
Wednesday Evening
Kate Vincent
Pine Cub Pack
Tuesday Evening
Richard Edmondson
Fir Cub Pack
Thursday Evening
Nigel Prydderch
Friday Evening
Peter Boxall
Explorer Scouts
Thursday Evening
Paul Winterburn

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